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Old Girls Allowed

On Thursday 23 May, Outer Temple Chambers was the venue for a rather unusual gathering, when Old Girls from Knighton House School – a prep school in Dorset – gathered from around the country to spend an evening ‘in conversation with Josceline Dimbleby’. Jossy Gaskell, as she was known when she attended Knighton in the 1950s, recalled memories of her time at the boarding school in Dorset and regaled the guests with stories of dungarees, bonfire night parties and dormitory fun and games. During her time at Knighton Josceline was a member of the choir and was noted for her singing, which is why the evening was made even more special with a performance by the school’s Chapel Choir who…

Events 3 Jun, 2013

Richard Hitchcock is chairing a Lexis Nexis webinar on the structure of the new regulator following the abolition of the FSA

The speakers for this event are Karen Anderson, a partner from Herbert Smith LLP and Rob Moulton, a partner from Ashurst LLP. For more information and to register please click here.

Events 20 Mar, 2013

Medicolegal issues for physiotherapists in sport – avoiding the pitfalls

Ben Bradley is speaking at this essential one day course for physiotherapists working in this specialist field. The course is aimed at providing an overview of the legal background to the law of medical or clinical negligence and as a risk management exercise for both physio therapists working in professional sport and the club as their employer. It will aim to raise awareness of the possible areas of exposure to risk and provide advice on how this risk can be reduced.

Events 6 Mar, 2013

Expert Witness Seminar 2013

The Spinal Injuries Association, Pannone LLP and Outer Temple Chambers present a new expert witness seminar on 7th February 2013 at the Grange Hotel, St Paul’s, London.

Events 31 Jan, 2013

Patrick Sadd and Tim Nesbitt are speaking at the Road Transport Law & Regulation conference

Chaired by Stephen Kirkbright of Ford & Warren, Butterworths’ Road Transport Law & Regulation will guide you through the complexities of this regulatory area, ensuring that you are fully aware of the law and how it is being applied.

Events 28 Jan, 2013

Being Looked After

As lawyers dealing with those who have been looked after, Outer Temple Chambers and Anthony Gold Solicitors are hosting an event bringing together people working in the care system. Speakers will share their perspectives on the composite sections of the care system. For further information and to register please download the event program.

Events 25 Sep, 2012

NHS outsourcing – the implications for clinical negligence litigation

Jonathan Hand and Patrick Sadd are guest speakers at AvMA’s North West Lawyer’s Support Group meeting on 5th November 2012. They will give a presentation on the implications for clinical negligence litigation of NHS Outsourcing. For more info please contact Norika Patel at AvMA on 020 8688 9555 email:

Events 11 Sep, 2012

No ordinary art fair

For the second consecutive year Outer Temple Chambers is proud to be a sponsor of the Bloomsbury Art Fair. The fair being held from 5 to 8 July brings together work from established and emerging artists at London House, Mecklenburgh Square, Bloomsbury, London, WC1N 2AB All of the profits from the Bloomsbury Art Fair will be donated to Motivation, the Southern Spinal Injuries Trust and Walking with the Wounded. Walking With The Wounded During the course of military operations, many young men and women suffer horrific injuries. They face a long road to recovery and, for many, their future outside the Armed Forces is unsure. Walking with the Wounded raises funds to finance new qualifications, courses and further education for those…

Events 7 Jun, 2012

Clinical Negligence conference in Exeter

Date: 18th June 2012 – 10:30 to 16:00. Venue: The Peter Chalk Centre, Exeter University. This year Outer Temple Chambers is holding its annual clinical negligence conference in the West of England. The conference will be of interest to both specialist litigators in this field as well as mainstream personal injury practitioners and is designed to bring you up to date with a range of important developments. Chambers is charging a registration fee of £25 per delegate, all of which is going to Headway Devon, a local charity that provides essential services across Devon and Torbay for people with acquired brain injuries, their families and carers. Topics: Causation after Bailey Article 2 Inquests Coroners’ Reform US Trial Presentation De Puy…

Events 22 May, 2012

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